FatRakoon wrote:This is something that I keep getting told, but R.T.F.M!!!
To disable the CT63, you need to put a jumper across the pins ( The 2 next to the power one ) it will then boot in 030 mode.( It says this is the docs )
FatRakoon wrote:The CPX does work in TOS mode. You just need to use the supplied Control Panel ( It says this is the docs )
Are you even running it right?
FatRakoon wrote:COPS also works well too, but this will need WDIALOG in TOS mode. ( It says this is the docs )
FatRakoon wrote:v1.3c is the version I too am using and I went to didiers site to download the very latest patched version of the control panel, but as I said earlier the version you need is 20050713 that can be had from dhs.nu ( It says this is the docs )
FatRakoon wrote:MultiTOS should work, if it does not then try altering the PROGRAM flags... Most programs can be made to work by changing the program flags.( It says this is the docs )
FatRakoon wrote:And no, you cannot take your HD to a PC... Not normally anyway. HD Driver can make a Hard Disk, both Atari and PC compatible but only if there is only one partition.
What I suggest you do for now is use Floppies and then get a CDWRITER or some kind of ZIP Drive for later on, and hell perhaps even SATANDISK maybe?
OK, this clear things lots, will try that, thanks CrhisTOS
christos wrote:SATANDISK??? Do you know of an ACSI to SCSI adapter???
christos wrote:I meant... keropi has a falcon... where is he going to stick a satandisk?
keropi wrote:aah... I was under the impression that I needed only the install and basic.tar for easymint... (~11MB)
I have my eye on some zip drives, a scsi for falcon and a usb-250MB one for the pc(s)
adding a cdrom is a nice option, at least so I can transfer some files quickly can I add one on the 2.5" IDE port?
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